These are in two locations : - The stone faced garden structures near the mansion, comprising the temples, winter-garden and glazed corridor. Much clearance work has taken place around these structures, together with the reinstatement of landscaping but no masonry reconstruction has taken place as yet. Two sets of iron gates have been made for the entrances to the enclosed garden immediately south of the mansion. The other set of ancillary buildings is situated north of the mansion and comprises the racquets court, dairy, game larder, stable block and link building. Much restoration has been carried out on these buildings – as well as landscaping. The racquets court is used as our tea room and shop. The stables are able to be viewed by the public - although the game larder awaits works that will enable it to be viewed.